From Above

Cale Black is the Digital and Social Media Adviser to the Premier of Western Australia, the Honourable Mark McGowan MLA.

He also runs his own small business, where he has performed contract work for the Australian Labor Party; most recently at the 2016 Federal Election for the Western Australian branch candidates.

Cale has served as the National President of the Student Organised Network for Architecture - the student body of the Australian Institute of Architects - in 2016, after serving as a National Vice-President (2015) and as the UWA Representative (2014).

In addition, Cale has previously served as an Ordinary Guild Councillor of the 102nd Guild Council of the UWA Student Guild (2015), and as Society President of The Architecture, Landscape & Visual Arts Student Society of UWA (2014 - 2016).

Cale has been an elected board member of the Australian Institute of Architects and of the UWA Student Guild.

He was born and raised in Perth, Western Australia, where he practises his creative arts in both urban and regional areas across the state. He has studied at Curtin University School of Architecture and at the University of Western Australia's School of Design.

His favoured kit includes the Canon 5D Mark IV with Sigma Art/Sport series lenses, and his hobbies include graphic design, typography, vexillology, heraldry, and javascript programming for design programs.